Structural Design of Composite Nonlinear Feedback Control for Nonminimum Phase Linear Systems with Input Saturation
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The general design procedure of composite nonlinear feedback (CNF) control does not consider the structure information of the system. As a result, the tuning of the nonlinear feedback gain is very difficult, especially for nonminimum phase systems. In this paper, a novel design method is proposed to construct a CNF control law by using the structure information of the system in a special coordinate basis (SCB) form. First, the system is transformed into the SCB form, in which the system is divided into three parts, i.e., stable zero dynamics part, unstable zero dynamics part, and integration part. For a nonminimuni phase linear system, a virtual linear feedback gain is designed to stabilize the unstable zero dynamics. With this virtual gain, the system can be transformed to an integration system which is connected to a stable system. Then, the CNF control law is tuned only for the integration part of the system. Since the target system is an integration system, the proposed method simplifies the tuning of the nonlinear function in the CNF design.